Need your insight -
I think I settled on soapstone countertops so I really quickly need to pick a sink and faucet. A couple of comments made me worry about bowl depth. An undermount sink (vs. the drop in sink I am replacing) will be 1-1 1/2 inches lower, plus I am considering a sink that is deeper. So at least 2 inches lower, is this going to cause back strain washing dishes? Mean I have to hire a plumber vs. DIY to reconnect everything lower? I also like the antique looking bridge faucets. Will this be so high (over a deep sink) that it splashes a lot?
Do you have and recommend a built in soap dispenser?
This, with the sprayer would mean 4 holes in the stone. Will that create a weak spot?
I am getting a single sink to replace my twin sinks. A 31 inch wide sink sounds awfully big. My largest cookie sheet is 15-18 Is there a reason to have such a large sink? Will I need a new disposal since I used to have two drain pipes leading in?
Anything else I should be thinking of? Thanks in advance for sharing your expertise and experience with me.